The present status of the ESO key-programme "A homogeneous bright QSO survey" is described together with the first results concerning the QSO counts and the optical luminosity function. The related analysis of the evolution of the radio and X-ray selected QSOs is also presented. Finally the authors report on the status of their programs aimed at the creation (with the MEFOS/ESO-3.6 m and the 2dF/AAT) of large samples of QSOs (20000 B < 21) and galaxies (50000 B < 20) in order to study the large scale structure and the clustering evolution.

LA FRANCA, F., Cristiani, S. (1996). The homogeneous bright quasar survey and the quasar evolution in the optical, X and radio bands and the clustering evolution. ASTROPHYSICAL LETTERS & COMMUNICATIONS, 33(1-5), 85-90.

The homogeneous bright quasar survey and the quasar evolution in the optical, X and radio bands and the clustering evolution

LA FRANCA, Fabio;
1996-01-01

Abstract

The present status of the ESO key-programme "A homogeneous bright QSO survey" is described together with the first results concerning the QSO counts and the optical luminosity function. The related analysis of the evolution of the radio and X-ray selected QSOs is also presented. Finally the authors report on the status of their programs aimed at the creation (with the MEFOS/ESO-3.6 m and the 2dF/AAT) of large samples of QSOs (20000 B < 21) and galaxies (50000 B < 20) in order to study the large scale structure and the clustering evolution.
LA FRANCA, F., Cristiani, S. (1996). The homogeneous bright quasar survey and the quasar evolution in the optical, X and radio bands and the clustering evolution. ASTROPHYSICAL LETTERS & COMMUNICATIONS, 33(1-5), 85-90.
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